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SmartHalo – Making cycling smarter

by Peter Ray Allisonon 21/09/2017
Ride a bicycle? Sick of only petrolheads having fancy satnavs and touchscreen displays? Then, the SmartHalo might be of interest… The SmartHalo is a smart device that claims it can be fitted to any bicycle.  This, potentially, allows any bike to be turned into a smart bike, without having to pay hundreds of pounds. Once […]

Features that Pokémon Go Needs

by SeanPWallaceon 16/07/2016
Just in case you’ve been living under a rock that only had dial-up for the last week or so, Pokémon Go has been released by Niantic Labs. A much-anticipated AR game, one wanders their native city with the game running in order to find wild Pokémon, hatch eggs, collect items, and fight to take over the Gyms […]

The Battle for Wesnoth

by Tom Sorsbyon 14/09/2015
The Battle for Wesnoth, for the many of you I’m sure who don’t know, is a turn-based fantasy-themed strategy game for the PC (and now tablet) which you can go and download right now. Usually I would go on for a bit longer before making the final recommendation, but since this game is completely free […]

Republique: Remastered Review

by Sai Mealingon 13/03/2015
When does an indie game stop being an indie game? This was a question I found myself wondering several times during my playthrough of Republique: Remastered, a full-HD PC and Mac port of the episodic mobile game from 2013. Funded by a Kickstarter campaign that almost didn’t make it, the mobile versions were a massive […]

Shortbreak Studios and Techland reveal Hellraid: The Escape for iPad and iPhone

by Sai Mealingon 01/04/2014
As a pure Android type, I am occasionally made jealous by the hold that Apple’s devices manage to have on the video games industry. Whilst this latest announcement doesn’t have me hovering over the buy button for an iPad as much as Telltale’s The Wolf Among Us or Revolutionary Concept’s port of the Mega CD […]

Meet the NX Rover: A robot camera assistant run from the Android-enabled Galaxy NX Camera

by James Woodheadon 14/03/2014
Cheil UK has created a web user-controlled camera-bot, the first of its kind and called the NX Rover, for Samsung to showcase the unique connectivity of the Galaxy NX Camera. Inspired by Mars exploration rovers, the NX Rover is equipped with the Samsung GALAXY NX Camera, the first interchangeable-lens camera with 3G/4G LET and Wi-Fi sharing […]

300: Rise of an Empire – Seize Your Glory Review

by James Buckinghamon 14/02/2014
If there’s one thing that appeals to the general red-blooded male sensibility it’s good old-fashioned carnage. So when Zack Snyder adapted Frank Miller‘s 300 for the big screen, I was in testosterone-soaked heaven… awesome choreography, blood and gore galore and it just looked so damn good. Now, we have the inevitable sequel on the horizon, and with […]

MOGA Pocket Android Controller

by James Buckinghamon 17/01/2014
Mobile gaming for me has always been a little hit-or-miss. Every now and again you’ll get that addictive little gem that uses the touch screen really well, but they’re often shortlived and I lose interest really quickly. Games in general hold my attention more when they’re on a console – the genres of games available […]

Broken Sword 5: Available for Pre-Order now

by Stephen Breweron 28/11/2013
For fans of the Broken Sword franchise, the point-and-click adventure game, today is a good day. The fifth instalment of Broken Sword is now available for pre-order from GoG.com, Steam and Revolution’s own website. Split into two episodes the first instalment is coming to PC globally on 4th December 2013, the second following shortly after […]

Free-to-Play MMO Dragon Eternity launched on Facebook, iPhone, iPad and Android

by Sai Mealingon 05/09/2013
Free-to-play developer Insight Studios have just launched a mobile version of their popular browser-based MMO Dragon Eternity for Android devices on the Google Play Store. This follows Facebook, iPhone and iPad releases earlier this week and promises seamless cross-platform support across devices so it’s never been easier for players to pick up and continue their […]